The Anne Frank House, a museum devoted to the Jewish teenager whose diary became world famous after her death in a German concentration camp, opened an exhibition last week in honor of her lesser-known sister Margot.
“Most of the interest has been in Anne; not much is known about Margot,” museum spokeswoman Annemarie Bekker told AFP of the latest project.
“This exhibition will allow people to get to know her (Margot) a little better.”
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